Step-By-Step Beginner To Advanced Horsemanship

Remembering Dr. Max Gawhyler

By Lynndee Kemmet Dr. Max Gahwyler, a member of the U.S. Dressage Federation Hall of Fame, passed away on May 14. A native of Switzerland,...

Some Elements of Bridle Horse Refinement with Buck Brannaman

Buy the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 4 Developing a bridle horse is a long-term goal and commitment but the product is well worth the process....

Fair Expectations of a New Horse

Written by Martin Black This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.34 Today there are all levels and all types of horse people and horses....

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Horsemanship Skills

Learning Feel

Written by Wendy Murdoch This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.51 For over 20 years I have taught the biomechanics or "how" of riding....

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Taking a Different Approach; Sorting It Out With Joe Wolter

Written by Patti Hudson Photos by Eric Sines This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.71 I had just finished shoeing my horse, and was unkinking...

Backing a Circle as Turnaround Preparation

With Richard Caldwell There are many ways to prepare your horse for the maneuver known as the turnaround. In the last few issues we have...

How Groundwork Relates to Riding

Written by Mindy Bower Editor’s Note: In the series that ran in several issues Mindy Bower discussed how groundwork relates to riding. This first piece...

Handle the Feet; Be Friends With Your Shoer

With Bryan Neubert “I learned this the hard way. A lot of times in the winter I start colts, when there isn’t much to do with...


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